FLYLEAF: 'All Around Me' Video Posted Online

FLYLEAF's video for "All Around Me" — the third single off the band's self-titled CD — has been posted online at this location. Directed by Paul Fedor (DEFTONES, SEETHER, EVANESCENCE) and produced by Laura Morris, the clip captivates the audience quickly with the opening shot of singer Lacey Mosley in black in a white room with the band and instruments decked out in a bright white as well.

FLYLEAF will take part in this summer's Family Values Tour, co-headlined by KORN and EVANESCENCE. The 30-city tour will begin on July 20 in Missouri, ending in early September in California. The lineup also includes HELLYEAH, ATREYU, TRIVIUM, NEUROSONIC, DROID, INVITRO and TWIN METHOD.

FLYLEAF's debut album has sold more than half a million copies in the United States since coming out in the fall of 2005, according to Nielsen SoundScan.


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